Actually, I already have MGSV, because I was interested enough in it to buy it a year or two ago. And that’s why the headliners are underwhelming. If you’re excited enough about a game to buy into a $12 bundle, odds are you would have picked it up when it was on sale for $5.
Even besides that, it’s hardly guaranteed that there would be additional games that I, personally, would have been willing to spend $7 on in the rest of the bundle. There’s always a fair chunk that I either already have or just am not interested in spending time on, even if they were free.
So since I already have MGSV, and am not really interested in Cities, there’s a good chance this month will be a dud not worth $12 to me. And that’s fine; it’s the risk of any sort of blind grab-bag bundle, and I went into the annual subscription with my eyes open. I’m still overall satisfied with the subscription, and the last few months have been worthwhile, but if this sort of month were to become the new norm, I probably wouldn’t renew next year.
Maybe you should take a step back and ask yourself why it’s so important that you stamp out any dissent, lest the sacred honor of a game retailer be besmirched.